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A large amount of experimental work has been done during the past decade to impress on the public and profession the fact that raw milk is never a safe milk, and that in order to be fit for consumption all milk must be pasteurized. The effect has been that in many states legislation has...
Since the original publication, in 1910, by Rowntree and Geraghty1 of the results of their experimental work with phenolsuphenolsulphaein in determining the functional capacity of the kidney, the value of the test has received such ample confirmation as to establish it among the...
Vitamin was first isolated from rice polishings in 1911 by Casimir Funk and shown by him to be the agent which prevented beriberi. It was also in this year that Mendel and Osborne did their comprehensive work on the feeding of single purified proteins to...
In the course of some investigations at the Babies' Hospital on nutritional edema of infants, determinations of total solids of the blood and chlorid content of the plasma were made on a large number of children. Some interesting facts which were brought out in the course of this work...
If one looks up the literature on rumination in infancy, he receives the impression that the condition is an extremely rare one, not only because of the paucity of reports, but also because of the extensive way in which single cases are treated, and the discussion of them.
History.—Simon K., 7 weeks old, was admitted to the Babies' Hospital Jan. 16, 1917; only child, of Russian parentage; family history negative; full term; normal labor; birth weight reported, 6 pounds, 5 ounces. Breast fed to date of admission.
When about 2 weeks old the parents...
Greatly retarded growth, amounting to a condition of infantilism, is occasionally seen as a result of certain prolonged derangements of the functions of digestion, as well as a consequence of organic changes in these organs. The exact nature of the changes which bring about arrested...
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